Sunday, October 28, 2007

LILAC call for papers open

The call for papers is open for the UK's information literacy conference, LILAC. The deadline for proposals is 14 December 2007. The conference takes place in Liverpool, UK, 17– 19 March 2008. All presentations should address one or more of the conference themes, which are:
- Supporting researchers
- Diversity and social justice
- Practical approaches to information literacy
- The net generation
- Ethical information
- Staff development and Information literacy
- Marketing Information literacy
You can propose: - Short Papers (15 minutes in length with 10-15 minutes for questions); Long Papers (30 minutes in length with 10-15 minutes for questions); Demonstrations / workshop sessions (1 hour); Symposiums (1 hour); Poster Presentations
For more information go to

Photo by Sheila Webber: Couldn't find my photos of lilac: at least these are sort of lilac-coloured: Greenwich Park, April 2007.

1 comment:

Hazel said...

Apropos the photo not the content -- there was real, sweet-smelling lilac in a bouquet being sold from a stall outside embankment tube station last week. I hate to think of its carbon footprint -- and the flowers in Greenwich Park are lovely.